How Orange County SC beat the LA Galaxy off the playing field

Orange County Soccer Club fans protesting the LA Galaxy's possible move of a development club into their Irvine stadium. (OCSC)

The defending title winners of the United Soccer League Championship were nearly evicted out of their home stadium in Irvine, California, but fended off a rival effort from a neighboring Major League Soccer club, thanks to a fervent groundswell of fan and community support. Shawn Medow reports.

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